5. Norv Turner
Head coach Todd Bowles has already convinced one former coach out of retirement, why not another? Turner has had a long and successful career in the NFL.
From his days as the architect of the Dallas Cowboys dynasty in the 90’s, to his success as a head coach with the San Diego Chargers. Turner knows how to make offenses tick.
Before his sudden resignation this season with the Minnesota Vikings, he had their offense churning with Sam Bradford at the helm.
He’s a quarterback whisperer, has an uncanny ability to get production from the tight end position (a desperate need) and he can fully maximize the talent on any team.
Another question that needs to be answered is who will be the Jets starting quarterback in 2017. The answer to that question will go a long way in determining how good the Jets offense is next season.